Men’s Tennis wins fifth straight match
MILWAUKEE, Wis.- Concordia Wisconsin is now 2-0 in NAC play after getting past MSOE 6-3 yesterday.
The Raiders brought a 4-0 league mark into the match, but CUW won four of six singles competitions and two of three doubles to take over first place in the conference standings.
The Falcons (5-10 overall) will host both Dominican and
Concordia Chicago in NAC duals this Saturday.
|1. Tresedder, Brian (CUW) def. Montenegro, Juan (MSOE) 6-2, 6-2|
|2. Klamrowski, Eric (MSOE) def. Turner, Skip (CUW) 6-4, 3-6, 6-3|
|3. Johnson, Russell (CUW) def. Scarpelli, Jeff (MSOE) 6-2, 6-3|
|4. Shaffer, Taylor (CUW) def. Matsuura, Nick (MSOE) 7-5, 6-0|
|5. Dam, Zachary (MSOE) def. Hoeppner, Nathan (CUW) 6-1, 6-2|
|6. Hahn, Tanner (CUW) def. Slaughter, Matthew (MSOE) 6-1, 6-3|
|1. Tresedder, Brian/Turner, Skip (CUW) def. Montenegro, Juan/Klamrowski, Eric (MSOE) 8-5|
|2. Shaffer, Taylor/Johnson, Russell (CUW) def. Scarpelli, Jeff/Matsuura, Nick (MSOE) 8-2|
|3. Dam, Zachary/Slaughter, Matthew (MSOE) def. Hahn, Tanner/Hoeppner, Nathan (CUW) 8-1|
|Concordia Wisconsin 5-10, 2-0 NAC|
|MSOE 4-7, 4-1 NAC|